Gillian Jacobs (“Community”) will join Steve Carell (“The Office”) for Mandate’s ‘Seeking a Friend for the End of the World’. Will they do the secret NBC handshake?
So many Aussies are involved in this project, I’m starting to understand why other countries hate when America does that to their works.
Still waiting for you to star in that ‘Aspen Extreme’ sequel, Peter. Oh. That’s right. You died in it. Prequel, I guess.
Namey Award winner Armie Hammer, who doubled your Winkelvoss in ‘The Social Network’, is officially confirmed to star in ‘The Lone Ranger’ as… the masked guy.
‘Oz, The Great and Powerful’ has found its good witch.
With a $2 million budget, you might as well just raid the “Children’s Hospital” cast.
Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are hoping the movie won’t be a turkey.
The film’s influence shocked even him.
The softer side of ‘Drive’.
The greatest Asian actor of his generation steps away from the project, honorably.
Astrid Berges-Frisbey plays a mermaid in the upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean flick.
If you were worried that Kevin James doesn’t ride a tricycle in this movie, don’t worry. You’ll be fine.
Some of the themes of ‘Bloodsport’ are still resonant today.
The former Governator has a love child.
Here’s the rundown of what’s available this week.
It’s like a really deep screen saver.
The lines are so clean!
No pressure, unknown screenwriter Ed Whitworth, but everybody at Warner Bros is counting on you. Again, no pressure.
Here’s a peak at Harris as John McCain, wincing in front of his supporters, looking like a maverick. Fact: mavericks dress in ties and have up-tight posture.
‘Mud’ is about the team-up of two 14-year-old boys and an adult fugitive named Mud. Was he caught trying to steal a better name?
The film will star Angelina Jolie, but I guess if Johnny Depp isn’t involved in some way, Burton loses interest.
The actors and actresses responsible for playing a bunch of sugar-high children got together for a reunion interview.
Could use more boobs.
Kids do the darndest things. Like videotaping vast governmental cover-ups.
If you like television, you’ll be interested to know that the producers think making your shows is a thankless grind that isn’t even worth the trouble.
They will be found. They must be found.
Dino will be a smug, alcoholic writer.
Yet another “found footage” concept. Will documentarians of the supernatural please keep better track of their footage?
The first lady of France is trying her hand at acting — Woody Allen style — in Midnight in Paris.
Yes, another one.